Mystery House -- that strange publishing firm owned by Dan and Barbara Glenn -- where each new novel is acted out by the Mystery House staff, before it is accepted for publication.
Mystery House was a program in the 1950s, but not your "run of the mill"-type program. Actually, it was more of a proving ground for novels. Dan and Barbara Glenn owned a publishing company named "Mystery House" located at 70 Park Avenue, New York City.
Dan and Barbara decided to test some of their novels on a real listening audience. Each episode was taken from a novel they were planning on publishing. The entire staff at Mystery House was involved, everyone doing their part, whether it was rewriting to adapt it to radio, playing the parts, or doing sound effects -- everyone joined in.
Sadly, not a lot is known about this series. Only fifteen episodes are known to exist.
NOTE: Updated Release! Better encodes for each episode, additional episodes added, group audio information added, and series audio information upgraded (13-May-2011).
OTRR Certification Information:Series Name: Mystery House
Certification Status: OTRR Certified Complete
Certification Date: February 16, 2011
Certification Version: Version 2
Number of CDs: 1
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